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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL VOL. II L PfittRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1855. NO. 23. editors, contributors, and pressmen, fight nig, foraging, writing, working onward. In finite, were the uses of the press. It carried orders through the. camp. Every morning the soldier read in it the story of the pre-1 viousd.iv. It anticipated the gazettes.. It disseminated orders of the day. It perpet-j I Military Literature. American papers j are remarking on the absence of all literary effort in the Crimea, and are therein noting! very much to their own glory a charac-j teristif: difference between the surroundings! of un American and English army. The con-' trast is fair. The self-laudation is not un-! just. Our renders know that when the Van- fcees marched into Mexico they carried with them a printing press, and published a news-an paper along the line of invasion. Across ; prairies, through dangerous passes, over; mountain ranges, sometimes on mules, often-: erou men's shoulders, occasion...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

.178 THE PEIIRYSBUIIG JOURNAL. TAXES FOIt 185. Notice to the Tax Payers of Wood County, O. IN pursuance of law, I, Shujnah Spink, Treasurer of Wood county, Ohio, do hereby notify the tax-payers thereof, that the rate of taxation for the year 1855 is correctly stated in the following table, showing the number of cents levied on every hundred dol lars of taxable property in each of the townships and incorporated towns of said connty ; and that for the purpose of receiving taxes, I will sit in each of the several townships, between the hours of 8 o'clock A.M. and 5 o'clock 1'. M., at the tiroes and places named below : Kates of Tax- Hates lev'd Kates assessed by Town, Township & Sub-District Authorities. es levied by by Connty (Jen'l Assem. Authorit's. Sub-dint. school house as'mts. Kamks of Towns and t ownsiiips. Cor. of Ter'f; ?errysb'g T Weston, Middleton, Portage, ?erry, Montgomery, 5'Veedom, Troy, Tiiberty, '.enter, liloom, ..'lain, .Milton, f-Ienry, Vashington, Jackson, Lake,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

170 TUB FERItYSBURG JOURNAL. NOTICE is also hereby given, that the total amount of Taxes assessed iu each Township, under the respective levies for each of the is ABSTRACT. H o 5. B cn ET ; s -3 W Q f -3 53 : 3 fD re cr o 0. o H., ? Z? ts 5 S3 S C o T O o cn 3r- r; fti 1 o o cr a c .- O 5 3 ' s " j ST S.' o o c o TO a o B O B . at on cr a B c -i Hp ro s 3 rt CO - era I! o O B aq rr" o f S s cr o - o - c JS -i -i 05 era ' -3 -O to 00 co sj to CO i c to id CS to OJ o "o -7 l to o c CS co o o to J CO 3 to 00 o 4 -7 c o o CS o u co OS Co CO -1 co -1 CO CO -1 to CS -1 CO CS c CO -1 o o -1 tO T) 3 CO O 4 CS 3 to CS y O H 4- to tO Cl P o o - Sub district Srhool House Taxes. "Prank Road Taxes, Gen eral and special. Railroad Taxes. tO o 'JO to to co o o CS . o to cs o to o to co p co co - Corp Expe orat'n uses. IO CS "to cn o cs co i j co co co ti cn cs cf v CO . co , O (O -I C - Ht -l U0 O' C" O O CC C Ci -4 . . i rr r . - r. ( 1 lH ft C ii iO tO to CI to tO tO 3 CO Ci' OS -J CC -rf tO C' O...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

180 "the perrysburg journal. Editorial Page. 2r-The official abstract of the votes of Wood county at the recent election, will be found in this paper. The total vote for gov ernor i3 1730. The total rote for supreme judge, in Wood county last year, was 1442, beins but 288 less than the vote of this year. The increase is small. Republican vote last j year 8G7, this year 1099 increase 232. Dem- UUItltli; UIC loot jfcai wiw, uio tm i. increase 26. The vote of this county is just about the sam? as that of Toledo, which the Blade says indicates a population of about 14,000. This would be an increase of over 50 per cent, for this county since 1850. We learn by the Port Clinton Register that Bates's majority for representative in Otta- wa county, was 53. Peck's majority inj Wood county being 514, he is elected by 491 majority in the district. The O. S. Journal thinks that Chase's ma jority will fall a little short of 20,000, while the rest of the republican state ticket will have from 30,0...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

THE PERKYSBURG JOURNAL 181 Tub Late Convention on Kansas Affaiks at Lexington, Missouri. The address to the people of the United States, from the committee of the late convention at Lex ington, Missouri, has been published. It is quite lengthy, and is principally devoted to a denunciation of the emigration from Mass achusetts and other states, under Vhe man agement of aid societies, whereby the Kansas-Nebraska law is rendered a dead letter. Such emigration is pronounced without pre cedent, dangerous in the extreme, calculated to circumscribe slavery to its present limits, and defeat the true intent of the Nebraska bill. In conclusion, it declares that Missouri takes the same position as the L'-xington convention, whence it will not recede. The rejection of Kansas as a slave state will be regarded as a gross insult to the south, and t lie declaration that slavery is incompatible with a republican form of government, an unequivocal stp towards the dissolution of the Union. The address...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

182 THE PEItUYSBURGr JOURNAL. 3 1 tr. Sr -s (t o i? -i -i O o 5 5- no a .o, r 7 9 er; 0 ' S3 . . I I J I 1 I I I t I o 9 oiots tjooftAifccaoicsMi'iMt Sainton I Chase. M li u i C5 c o s ."J ooio 1 o o CD 3 Crt l-i I-" M CS CO CO -J CO - -J mwomoimiksmc;: William Me Jill. w Ali.ex TniMBLK. to en o co jafi4Miii(-i-u.: nomas II. Ford. uiHMOiaaou-Kr. James Myers. C7i O CO CSeSnf'fCOCnOOCoe.nCOIOI,::r, . - r ,,- . . . . ii 5 -j oo cs w k ii oo -a 4i oo ui oo - if -; Francis M. W right or O ft" c OiMMMCJU 0 tO CO tO CO M if C?5 fi CO: William D. Morgan. 4 ui w x w c. ia jj vi to a . . i James II. JJaker. S re 2 oi m m ca to to co to co - f :s i-1 co; William Trevitt . si co -4 oo 3-. to o w oo -) c cd i co f if tc; llliani II. uiuson. s s If ft ft ft Cnl-ii-it-'COCO to to CO to CO C?5 i-1 C: Cn O CO CO 15 5 'f iU. CO in 00 CO Sn CO 0 I i : ifOiCO-J00C5U)CSC000-4if00l0 J if if . C Breslin. Jacob Brinkerhoff. re I . a. 1 3. cn w m m C5 a totocotoco-'fe:-'Cc; t t ; . . b5ii-MioMiocjoij jhsoc....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

THE PEIlltYSBUItG JOURNAL. 183 BUSINESS CARDS. 'IVIli PKKItYdlilJUG JOURNAL is published J- every StturJay, by S. Clakk., at $1 per year, cull in ulvance, or $1.2.5 in trade ; $1.25 cash" in (i uvut,hs, or jj 1.5') at the end of the year, TluJfce in rr3;iH will le ch irod nt tlie rate of $1.5t) for the present sories until they pay up, when they can get the p t :r at the reduced price. 1 Vipers ni-iy be stopped at nny time by pitying up. 1 V. iilSii S it VIVli.'i'UcFerrusburg Dank J is uotv open an 1 prepared to discount short l i unoss paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and Last r.t 14 tch in jfis. and crmi-mct other business in their Interest paid on time deposits. .1. S. NOKTON, Cashier. Oct. 11.H5L 2tf i T 7" ASM I NliTON UNION INSURANCE Y Company; (Capital $300,000. I. 15. Di'ximm", Pres't. (ii:oKiE .Myu att, Treas. 1Ii:ky II. I)oi)t;i:, Agent, for Wood county. CLEVELAND MUTUAL, INSURANCE Company Capital $2iiii.o0. Kiskstukcn on rea sonable tortus, in the above responsible compa...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 20 October 1855

181 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BROWX Si HUNT have remo ved tlieir Move and Tin Establishment to theii ev Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where wc are oTjrintr a wA selected assortment of COOK. HALL, BOXSf PARLOR STOVES, in gre.it varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man iifiictura, and infer'mr to none. Plain and Japanetl Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, At Wliole$ale and Retail. .lob v, irk ami Repairing done on short notice. Or ders t'r.ini abroad will nuet with i)roniit attention. Jan. 1, 1S.". BROWN & HUNT. iH. JOHX BULL. SO METHINO NEW AND VALUABLE. The most powerful King on the face of the globe now f ;,;ns supreme in ttie American Bepuhlic. The power of tbi! crowned heads of Kurope sink iuto inshjuilicance when compared to our American King. European kings employ the power vested in them to increase? the riches of the rich and lordly, and to reduce to greater misery and degradation, the poor and depend ent. Our American Kinggoes forth with equal willing nc...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

TIIE7PEMYSBURGr JOURNAL. vol. nr. PEIlltYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY; OCTOBER 27, 1855, NO. 24. The Valley of the Yo-Semity, California, and its Stupendous Waterfalls. The Mariposa Gazette has published a com municalion from a Mr. J. M. Hutching, who visited this valley in company with Messrs. Ay res and Millard, two gentlemen belonging to Sail Francisco, mid Mr. Stair, of Couln rville.. Assuming that these gen il men are known to the editors of the Mar iposa Gazette, and that the account is there lore reliable, we cannot but regard will, v.omler and admiration the scenery desciib t (I. The party' appears to have started from an -Indian' village on the Fresno, with two Indian guides, mid the writer says: " From Mr. Hunt's store, we k-pt nn oast ot'-norih course up the. divide b-'tweeti th Frt'sno and Chowchillah vulleys; thence, descending towaids the south'-fork of the M-rred river und winding around a vcrv rocky point, we climbed nearly to the rio'ee of the middle or main fork of the Me...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

186 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. The Country Press. We have observed with great satisfaction the marked improvement which has taken place in our country newspapers within the last few years. They are. now not only print ed witn Detter materials, ou an improved quality of paper, presenting in general a highly creditable appearance, but, what is still more important, are edited with a much greater degree of talent, industry and taste, than formerly. To improve them still fur ther in quality, nothing is necessary but a more liberal patronage. Let the people come forward and give their looal newspapers a wider and more general circulation, and fill their business columns with good paying advertisements, and the thing is done. Eve rybody is benefitted and nobody injured. The subscriber and advertiser get the value of their money many times over, while the pub lisher and editor are enabled to devote their exclusive attention to their paper, and to live thereby. . Every farmer, fruit-grower, an...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL: 187 WOOD COUNTY FAIR. "7. 8. . 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. do do do do do Ltet of articles offered in competition at the fifth annual fair of the Wood County Agricultural. Society, held at Portage, October 10th and Uth, 1855. 1. John Groves, . cow and calf; 2. do 1 two year old heifer ; 3. 4, D. Elizabeth and Lucinda Groves, 3 fancy quilts ; C. S. W. St. John, 1 pair matched three year old colts ; 1 6am pie wheat ; 1 do corn ; 1 lot winter apples ; 1 lot potatoes ; 1 samnle beets: Nathan Moore, 1 sample fruit trees; do 1 lot garden vegetables; do lsampleevergreensw.com; do 1 lot vegetable eggs; Mrs. N. Moore, 1 design ornamental vase dahlias ; do 1 round bouquet; do 1 hand bouquet ; J. K." Harrison, brood mare and colt; do 1 vearlinc heifer : 21. John Elder, 1 mare for saddle purposes; 22. J. A. Harrison, 1 one-horse wagon ; Ji3. Edward Yonker, 1 specimen poultry ; 24. do 1 variety of vegetables; 25. John McCrory, 1 two year old stallion ; 0. ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

1188 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. grWe have received from Hon. S. P. Chase, a bound copy of the Congressional Globe and Appendix for the last session of congress. This is a handsome present, for which we feel much obliged to Governor Chase. Severe Loss by Fire. On Thursday eve ning last, about 8 o'clock, the. planing mill in this place, belonging to D. Lindsay & Co., was discovered to be in flames, and was soon totally consumed, with all its machinery, tools, &c, together with the warehouse ad joining, which latter contained about 4,400 bushels of corn belonging to II. P. Averill. salt, sugar, &t, and 94 ploughs belonging to 1. W. Brown & Co., and considerable other goods. About 20,000 feet of pine lumber on the dock, and 30,000 feet of while wood and other lumber adjoining the mill, was consumed. Mr. Abner Brown lost about $200 worth of tools and implements, and many others lost more or less. The ware house belonged to a Boston firm, and whs not probably ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

THE PERIIYSBURG JOURNAL. 189 For the Journal. Naturalization. is undoubtedly a strong feeling throughout the United States, anil particu larly in the northern states, upon the influ ence exercised by naturalized citizens upon our annual elections. Unkindness in some instances, open hostility in others, charac ter this feeling, and the true cause, I ap prehend, is to be? found in the fact, that most of -our foreign born citizens suffer themselves to be converted into tools in the hands of native bora demagogues. This is more par ticularly the case with the Catholic portion of them. No one probably has failed to observe that our protestunt foreigners are distributed among the, various, parties in the country, evidencing thereby that they read, refl -ct, and as a consequence arrive at dilf -rent con clusions, lit political matters they present u just epitome of our native born citizens. Whereas the Catholics have uniformly vo ted in a mass in one direction. This betrays uross ignorance...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

100 Dr. Barth, the African explorer, lias re turned to Europe, after an absence of five years in the interior of Africa. During hU absence he has made discoveries which have greatly increased our knowledge of Central Africa, and of the countries east and south east of Lake Tsad as far as the basin of th? Nile. In his unparalleled journey to Tim buctoo he discovered two la rgee in pi res, Gan do and llamd-Allaki, of which not even the names were known previously, and gained a complete insight into the history ami pres ent state of Timbucioo, its people and all the surrounding countries. The Value ok a Dead Hor.se. It is said that about 8,000 horses die annually in Maw York city, or about 22 per day an exagger ation probably. Each dead horse is consid ered to be worth $17.50. His hide is sold to the tanner for 81.50, his bones are burned and sold to the sugar refiners for refining purposes, and to the farmers for manure, his meat is pressed and the grease used by the soap and candle m...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

THE PERRYSBUIIG JOURNAL. 191 BUSINESS CARDS. riVIK PEltllYSIUTItU JOUBNAL is published JL every Saturlay, by S. Clark, at $1 per year, c ish in a-lviinco. or $ l'.2"i in trade ; $ 1.25 cash' in 0 in iitln, or ,i l..r)0 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will be churned at the rate of $1.50 for the present series until they nay up, when they can get tin paper at the reduced price. Paper may be stopped at any time by paying up. BVVKIiVG NOFWli.ThePerrysbiirg Bank i now open and prepared to discount short h .isinass paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and East e.' l Ktcli mga. and tranact other business in their liii. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 14,1854. 20tf IT WASHINGTON UNIOX INSURANCE V Company; Capital $300,000. 1. 1. Dunham, Pres't. George Myoatt, Treas. IIknkv II. I)oitJK, Agent for Wood county. Cleveland mutual insurance (.'ompanv Capital 4200,000. Risks taken on rea liable terms, in the above responsible companies, by II. H. DODGE, Insurance...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 27 October 1855

192 THE PERRYSBURGr JOURNAL. 11 fiJIOVAL,-BIIOWX & HUNT have remo -IX ved their Stovtand Tin Establishment to thei Nimv Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where v. aro offering a wall selected assortment of COOK, If ALL, BOX PARLOR STOVES in groat varieties. Our Stoves artj of Albany man uf.ie-tur.?, an 1 inferior to no:io. , Plain and Japanci Tin Ware, Stove Pipe ami Stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail. ' wort a:iu i -'pairing aono on short notice. Or svi iVuni a Vo id will maet with prompt attention Jan. 1, I 353. 1$ o W N & II U i T . - i J Dii. aon:riirrx. ' S O M E'T II I NO NEW AND VALUABLE. 'lbe most powerful King on tho face of tlio globe bow i j'tis supreme in Iho American Jicpuhlic The power f 'be crowned heads of Kurope.'sdnk into ininiln-Huce w hen, compared to our American liinjr. : . i. ruropean kinjts employ the power yc-ited in them to tn-Tessa the riches i f the rich and lordly, and to reduce to ro:iier misery Mid degradation, the poor and depend,- s.t. ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

THE PERRYSBUtMf JOURNAL. VOL. II L PEJIRYSBURG7 OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 18557 NO. 25. Aspect of Sevastopol. TIip Spma nluu-P.nf Marsril Irs nnhlishps iliol I . . r - following letter, Riving an account of the Mate of Sevastopol when occupied by the al lies : After crossing the cemetery, where there is still a chapel riddled with balls and bullets, I entered Sevastopol through an enormous breach made in the central bastion. A large fortified wall protects all this side of the town ; within it lies a suburb composed ol small houses, w hich were no doubt occupied by vu rious small tradesmen. This suburb gradually descends toward the. wuter; four streets converge to a sort of platform, con nected with a little bridge, which enabled the inhabitants to cross a street below when violent rains transformed it into a torrent. In this small space I counted sixty-eight shells that had not burst, and balls. We then proceeded to the street and boulevard which bear the name ol Catherine.; it i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

obtaining articles required for the expedition. They obtained there eight Labrador dogs for use in sledging in the snow. They were visi ted there by the officers of the army and na vy. They took aboard also all the beef they eould obtain'and marled it. After remain ing two days thpy took their departure, and about the 4lh of July they arrived at Fish- kenaes, a settlement in the southern part ofi Greenland; Gjv. Lussing at this point re- ceived thm with crreat hosnhalitv and aff u-i ded them every facility for the purchase of1 furs and eider down, &c. They took on ( board at this point an Esquimaux mm who.S' was to hunt for them. They left Fishkenaes , and proceeded next to Sukk-ertoppen, -so cal-; led from the resemblance-of a mountain in the vicinity to a sugar loaf. This place pre- j sents many beauties of Antic scenery. j They found there a few Danes, and obtained from them an abundant supply of reindeeri and sealskin coat. They reached next1 a place called Proeven, a place ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

Schubert, died. This was in the fore. part of Murch, 1851. They were buried' on a little island, uud a cairn was erected over their remains. Letters were also buried with llicm to indicate, their identity. In the month of March the. party was vis ited by some Esquimaux, of w hose existence in that region Dr. Kane was not before aw are. They came, in sledges, drawn by fine largeito (IOUS i . i r i evidently oi a very superior Dreed: these (legs would make a journey of GO mile u day for several weel.s, carrying a single man, and in time instances two men behind them. This sledges were curiously formed ; some were, made of hundreds of pieces of bone, lashed together with strings, made of the oi.-ook, a large seal. A few of them were made, of wood. There can scarce ly be u people less dependent upon the as sistance of civilized men, than these Esq ni hil i m I .11 . I i maux. id ie sure t.i-y nave uieir pieces in their harpoons, hut even their lances are formed ol ilu: sliuipeued horns ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

190 THE PEIIRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. The Vote for Senator. The following are the majorities in the dif ferent counties, for the respective candidates. M. C. Whitely received in Putnam -county 359. in Hancock 111, in Henry 73 total 572. Win. Lunt received in Wood county 538, Lucas 30, Fulton 210 total 778. iii the district therefore Lunt's majorities ex ceed Whitely's by 206. This is not official. The Toledo Times replies to us in good spirit. The editor avers a wish for the con tinued unity of the republican movement provided the distinctive republicans don't crowd I The proviso is well put. Crowd ing is all we complain of. According to the Times, the whole state ticket was "Ame rican," except the governor 8 to 1. We neither deny nor complain of this, but what evidence does it afford on the subject of crowding ? The name and the platform were republican. The attempt to " crowd" these aside with " Americanism" is what we ob ject to. The doctrine with that label was not in our...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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